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Admissions Process 2013/2014
- Enrollment of new and returning students for the fall term begins February 19, 2013. Existing families are given placement preference through March 19, 2013.
- There is a non-refundable $25 application fee per family. The application may be printed online or obtained from the admissions office. Proof of prior grade completion, transcripts and test scores (Grades 6-12) must also be submitted. An entrance exam may be required. Following a visit to the admissions office an interview with a principal will be scheduled for you; in all cases the student may attend, but the student must attend for grades 6-12. After this interview you will be notified of your acceptance.
- Admission decisions are based on test results, transcripts, personal interviews, available space, and are subject to final approval.
- The annual non-refundable registration fee is $450 for grades K3 and K4, and $575 for grades K5-12.
- An updated copy of the Georgia School Certificate of Immunization (Form 3231) and a certified birth certificate must be submitted by the first day of school.
- CCA admits students of any race, color, gender and national origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
Caron Gossett - Admissions Director
Caron Gossett is the Admissions Director for CCA and has been with the school for 16 years. Having worked in our Corporate Office as an Administrative Secretary with the primary responsibility of enrollment and re-enrollment of CCA students for the last 13 years, Caron has a broad knowledge of the history of our school and enjoys meeting each new family to introduce them to Cumberland.
She and her husband, Keith, serve at West Metro Church of God and have three children, two of which are CCA alumni.
"Cumberland Christian has been a very positive experience for us. My daughter has been encouraged to grow, not just mentally, but spiritually as well. We would strongly recommend any parent to prayerfully consider sending their child to CCA." —Middle School Parent
"The decision to send my children to CCA was a 'no-brainer'. We chose the love, structure, and discipline CCA offers over the chaos and despair that government run schools offer. Sure, government schools are 'free' and worth every penny. Investing in CCA is investing in God's kingdom."—Elementary Parent